Comment 83989

By rrrandy (registered) - website | Posted December 15, 2012 at 22:36:30

Seen and heard the same from Gallo before on the reason the walk signal doesn't come on unless a pedestrian (often goes out of their way) to push a button, which even after pushing the button means waiting for a full cycle of the light to go from green (no walk) to yellow, red, and then finally green (with a walk sign) - people who walk will know what I mean. Also we were told that they couldn't add a countdown timer at a ped crossing at Cootes/McMaster, and so on. It's all about [car] flow...

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